Buzz’ I’ve got “something” goin on that’s for sure,. I’ve fallen in love with this hobby from just this humble beginning,. I’m hooked,. But I don’t really have that much going on,. My LC I believe has germinated but has a bacteria problem it’s fighting because although there is what appears to be mycelium it is still particulate and the water is murkey,. I believe most LC begin with a little tam that is quickly dealt with or taken out by the said competitor,. I don’t think my jar should look the way it does by now,. You have plates going?! Holy shmowzow bway!! Lol that’s more than I can say I think,. I wanna start some home made agar dishes on Tuesday I believe,.
On another note guys my Rw just now were completely covered and beginning to thicken up I gave them one final shake and got it all really well distributed again I think they will be ready in two or maybe three days I’m so excited! Now,. This is where I need some help making a decision,. I have four single pound bags of pasteurized composted manure I got from out-grow,. And, I think because the SA is at least a week behind the RW I believe instead of doing 1:1 I’m going to 1:2 ratio spawn to sub and use all four bags compost with my two jars of RW,. I will source some new sub for my SA,.$To be completely honest I was even thinking this myc is so dang aggressive I could go 3:1 and use one of the jars of RW or half of one to do a g2g transfer,. Thing is, if I do that, I will still have SA coming,. Perhaps I should just do 1:2, have a bigger nicer first grow and take a couple clones to transfer to agar when I harvest,. That way I won’t have to much on my plate all at once, and a bigger more vigorous first harvest due to having more spawn to sub,. I’m just really tempted because I want more jars going NOW! DAMN IT! Lol jp but I would just wait a while longer and learn agar before G2G that seems more practical,. The more patient rational way to do it,.
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